DSP PROJECT ARCHIVE
Professor Joseph Picone
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Mississippi State University
phone/fax: 601-325-3149; office: 413 Simrall
The Introduction to Digital Signal Processing (DSP) course for the past
several years has conducted course projects. These projects are typically
executed by teams of three to four students, and consist of
a demonstration of basic DSP concepts on real world signals and systems.
These teams propose a topic by writing a formal research proposal,
implement the system, evaluate it, and report on it a conference held
towards the end of the semester. This directory contains a complete
archive of the projects.
The index to your left contains a listing of all projects
contained on this web site. The list below points to the archives
from the corresponding MS State Conference on Digital Signal Processing.
Questions or comments about the material presented here can be
directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
graphics, image, and speech processing
pattern recognition, image and signal processing
image processing, music analysis, and parallel processing
DTMF detection, signal detection, and echo cancellation